fbpx
Home Tags Transparency

Tag: transparency

Colorado’s analog records laws lag behind digital practice

Messages today multiply. One brings another and soon they pile up like grains of sand in the Sahara. Can we really expect officials to keep them all and to deliver them in digestible chunks in a timely way upon request?

Colorado government lags peers in financial transparency

Colorado has fallen behind most other states in its efforts to make the state's finances transparent to residents, according to a report released this week by The Colorado Public Interest Research Group (COPIRG).

The resolution may be televised: C-SPAN asks to broadcast health bills...

The news that Democrats in the House and Senate will likely marry their health reform bills in closed-door sessions — not in a formal...

Colorado Stealth University

 
Over the past few years, the Colorado State University Board of Governors has become increasingly secretive. During the spring of 2009, the BOG's stealth...

Judge says reason exists to believe CSU broke laws in Blake...

Larimer County Judge Stephen Schapanski this morning agreed with attorneys for three media outlets suing Colorado State University, saying that in light of the evidence so far presented there is sufficient reason to believe the CSU Board violated state open-meeting laws when it selected Board Vice Chairman Joe Blake as the only finalist for the new university chancellor position.

As transparency lawsuit advances, Blake to assume CSU chancellorship July 1

Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce President and Vice Chairman of the Colorado State University Board of Governors Joe Blake won't become chancellor of the...
Adjust Font Size